Born in North Carolina, Forrest Williams is an American figurative painter who lives and works in New York and Provincetown, Massachusetts. His extensive education began at Edinburgh University in Scotland. He graduated in 1985 with honors in English Literature and Art History. He next studied at Davidson College in North
D’Eon uses the vintage illustrative style, with its delicate romance and aesthetics, as a tool for narratives of both marginalized and historically oppressed gay communities. He employs this technique in his illustrations, both erotic and provocative, to challenge the modern-day stigmas, still present, around same-sex relationships.
The Welsh poet RJ Arkhipov has earned international recognition because of his ‘blood poems’. One of his many trips made him meet the Argentinian writer Nicolás Colfer, who usually writes for La Revista Diversa. This time, Nicolás plays the part of the interviewer in order to let us know RJ better. On May